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Widebody Ford Mustang With Spider Top Looks More Expensive

Exotic car companies have found an interesting way to extract more money from customers. They take a regular convertible, chop or lower the windshield, turning it into a speedster or roadster design. Ford is letting Porsche have all the fun, but an aftermarket company just stepped in to save the day.
Widebody Ford Mustang With Spider Top Looks More Expensive 6 photos
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Clinched offers a "Spider Top" conversion for the 2015 and later S550 Mustang. It starts from $1,300, obviously not including paint or installation.

We're not 100% sure how this works since the Mustang Convertible just went from a 2+2 to a 2-seater with large humps behind the two buckets. In addition, the fabricator says you'll still be able to close the roof, which we don't see happening.

We could only find one such conversion in America. It had a flag color theme last year and is currently sporting a simpler metallic green wrap. As you may have noticed, the pony is also sporting a widebody kit.

It was launched in 2017, is available in dry carbon fiber, and came out with the following announcement: "We're glad to announce that our Mustang Widebody kit will be available not only in High-Grade ABS plastic, but also in full dry Carbon Fiber option. Prepreg. Autoclave. Lightweight and durable. Looking fantastic."

This Mustang GT rides on an AirLift Performance suspension kit. Aside from the extreme fender flares, the kit adds an enormous front spoiler, longer side skirts, and a trunk lip.

The owner also opted for a custom hood, a grille with extra lights in the vents, and yellow-wrapped headlights. For the record, we still think this looks way more aggressive than the widebody kit for the Mustang made by Liberty Walk. Obviously, this kind of design isn't for everybody, and you'd better pray it doesn't rain when you've got that Spider Top on.



 
 
 
 
 

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